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FOX News
Dec 16, 2012 1:00am PST
joining us. you recognize this is bo dietl, arthur aidala, tamara holder, all attorneys. famous excop. have you been squeaking with law enforcement here. what have they shared with you. >>. again that sunday ways was all shot in the head and a lot of the spers up here are not speaking to any of the at the ae timivityives. kids went into one room and punch went in there. this 223 round. the velocity could go through three or fewer people. this guy was continually shooting and that's whyth body count was so high. kid had gone to the school. that's the only connection so far that i was able to find out. but to say anything about these kids being killed so many of them like that, this punk was emptying his gun, this folly imak gun you will see trace the owe ballistic gun goes up in the air. be able to see b.a. list particularly if eif it was fully automatic. >> before i talk to you legal stuff, arthur. i know you have a son in first grade as i have a daughter in first grade. what was the first thing you do when you hear about this? >> it's amazing the difference between when you are
FOX News
Dec 15, 2012 7:00pm PST
also joining us. you recognize this is bo dietl, arthur aidala, tamara holder, all attorneys. famous excop. have you been squeaking with law enforcement here. what have they shared with you. >>. again that sunday ways was all shot in the head and a lot of the spers up here are not speaking to any of the at the ae timivityives. kids went into one room and punch went in there. this 223 round. the velocity could go through three or fewer people. this guy was continually shooting and that's whyth body count was so high. kid had gone to the school. that's the only connection so far that i was able to find out. but to say anything about these kids being killed so many of them like that, this punk was emptying his gun, this folly imak gun you will see trace the owe ballistic gun goes up in the air. be able to see b.a. list particularly if eif it was fully automatic. >> before i talk to you legal stuff, arthur. i know you have a son in first grade as i have a daughter in first grade. what was the first thing you do when you hear about this? >> it's amazing the difference between when you are
FOX Business
Dec 26, 2012 12:00am EST
best. fox news little analyst, arthur aidala and mercedes cohen. thanks to you both. you can't make this up. australia's prime minister made an alarming announcement last night via youtube. check it out. >> it turns out that the mayan calendar was true. while australia's best and brightest at the csi have not been able to confirm this i'm confident in triple joe's prediction that the world is about to end. whether the final blow cops from flesh-eating zombies, demonic hill beasts or from the tribes, if you know one thing about me it is this. i will always fight for you to the very end and at least this means i won't have to do q&a again. melissa: all right. goes on to talk about, she says, i mean does it all with a straight face. isn't great. >> was she hitting a bong before making comment? excuse me one second. give me a break. >> i applaud it. melissa: you applaud it? >> i think it is great. so nice when someone lets their shoulders down to make a few jokes. so lighthearted. everyone is so up tight. april fool's a little early. melissa: i was a little worried she was serious. i ha
FOX News
Dec 24, 2012 6:00am PST
now arthur aidala, a criminal defense attorney, fox news league hal analyst. joey jackson former prosecutor, criminal defense attorney. all right, now clearly the iowa supreme court got it wrong and when i advised arthur of that -- >> you're editorialing. >> he was going to crush me with the logic of his argument. >> they upheld the lower court judge, looked at a*ul the rulingall of the cases that were similar. the appeals court had no problem quickly saying that he is correct, the lower court judge is correct. there is no case here. the issue before us is not whether the jury can find whether the doctor treated the employees badly. a genuine fact exeubgs exists in unlawful gender discrimination. he works with all women, gregg, there are women all around him, including his wife. when his wife found out there was a little texting going on, she said if you want to save your marriage get rid of her, an did. this is for the marriage and sanctity of the family. gregg: did you read the iowa civil rights act? >> probably some time in 1991 when i was preparing for the new york bar. gregg
FOX News
Dec 19, 2012 10:00am PST
. joining me now, arthur aidala, former prosecutor, now defense attorney. jonna spilbor, same pedigree. well come. i have to say, when he first filed it, i thought, that is just trump. he doesn't like what she said, she is entitled to her opinion. this arbitration judge did not see it that way. this is a big win for "the donald", arthur. >> it is a big win. hopefully donald trump doesn't need five million bucks. megyn: maybe he will donate it to charity if he can get it. >> be honest i don't think the woman has $5 million. let everyone understand, this is arbitration. this is not a trial. a judge sits in a room, a lot of times a former judge sits in a room and hears both side. however he didn't hear both side. the contestant decided she, her and her lawyer decided they weren't going to participate. only "the donald" and his people got their say. megyn: why didn't she participate, jonna? >> that is good question. this way if she got default judgment might be easier, i don't know, file bankruptcy i suppose? he will never see this money, i'm telling you. you know, not for nothing
FOX News
Dec 3, 2012 6:00am PST
with the family. seaworld is a great place. lots of fun to go. arthur aidala, fox news legal analyst and andrew smiley, personal injury attorney. welcome to you. you go to the feeding zoo and hold your hand really flat so your fingers don't get nibbled but sometimes your fingers get nibbled. andrew. is this a big deal. >> it is a big deal. martha: why? >> seaworld have to be concerned about moving forward. dolphins are a wild animals. she is lucky she didn't get her bite and didn't lose her hand or face after you look how. children are lined up on the rail. dolphins can jump up. it is dangerous. they need to set it up in a way to protect the people injured. martha: you buy the ticket, decide whether or not you will stick your hand down to feed the dolphins. you don't have to, right? >> anytime we engage in these type of activity there is ask always a risk. this october i went with my family and little kids and we went apple picking. there were bees everywhere. children have major reactions to a bee sting and don't know it until something happens. as you said out in long island there
FOX News
Dec 12, 2012 10:00am PST
. joining me now to discuss it, arthur aidala, former prosecutor and now defense attorney. janna spill bore, same pedigree. thank you for being here. i don't know the show but a lot of people watch it. four million people watch it and they say this guy is like one of the main stars. he is one of the guys who goes in and checks it out for five minutes and gets to bid. he is saying in particular that bmw among many other items are complete bs. the producers put it in there. this isn't genuine or organic in any way and they're misleading the world. arthur? does he have a point, or a case? >> the bottom line he brings that to the attention of the executive producers, basically saying look, we're propagating a fraud here and he gets fired. now what i did not have access to in preparing for this segment is his actual contract with them because that's where the nitty-gritty details would be as to whether they're allowed to fire him. whether they did this right or did this wrong. an attorney obviously read his contract and obviously determined there is a cause of action here. but because, you can't
FOX News
Dec 31, 2012 6:00am PST
. gregg: and they should. arthur aidala, joey jackson, good to see you. >> happy new year. heather: the senate about to meet in minutes. they are saying there are signs are progress. we are tracking all the developments from the hill as they are happening this morning. >> the problem is spending money. mr. speaker the american people know this. why doesn't the federal government and congress understand it? why? because park ton is obsessed with spending someone else's money, it's the arrogance of power that congress spend the people's' money without regard to how this obsession affects those very people. heather: welcome back. we are hours away from new year's eve. make sure you ring it in with us. megyn kelly and hem and bill hemmer will be hosting all american new year's eve right here on the news channel. this time we have this four-time grammy winner. ♪ [singing] heather: that's right, pat benetar will be performing her biggest hits including the one you just heard
FOX News
Dec 8, 2012 3:00am PST
really prevent someone have from having children? joining us from fair and balanced debate arthur aidala and joey jackson. i said this sounded a little bit like china. something they would impose in china, am i wrong, arthur. >> no, you are not totally wrong because they do have restri like that in china. here is the common sense call argument here. this argument is this guy is kicking out kids, boom boom boom. he doesn't pay money for any of them. they become wards of the state we all have constitutional rights, right? there are certain hurdles or restrictions on that like the second amendment and gun. everybody can't walk around carrying a gun like freedom of speech you can't run to a movie theater and yell fire. the judge isn't saying forever you can't have children. is he saying until you figure out how to take care of these nine, you can't have any other kids. >> so what's wrong with that joey? $100,000 in back taxes. >> we hold these truths to be l. >> and baby food and diapers. >> has anyone thomas jefferson this is about individual rights. individual liberty. it's about freedom. it's
FOX News
Dec 22, 2012 3:00am PST
more problems? we're joined by arthur aidala fox news legal analyst and former prosecutor and defense attorney. all right, guys. let's focus on this specific issue because we can get all hot headed and go off in many different directions. the specific of keeping armed guards in schools. is it practical, arthur? >> i don't think it's practical. especialry from a very fundamental financial basis. kids are struggling. schools are struggling to provide kids with textbooks. they are struggling to give teachers salary that keep good teachers in the school. they are going to have -- he said a qualified arms person are they going to find navy seals? who could have stopped this guy? he was wearing body armor with three huge weapons on him. who could have stopped this guy. >> somebody with a gun. >> no. >> somebody would have a gun could have stopped this guy. >> special forces come out, interview with special forces gentleman from afghanistan said this is a ridiculous plan. to arthur's point this is a ridiculous plan because we train night and day to be able to shoot effectively. and t
FOX News
Dec 15, 2012 3:00am PST
violence like this. joining us now arthur aidala. you believe we have to study the killer in order to prevent something like this to happen gotten on lessen the chances. >> are you are right. even to have a shot of preventing something like this. thank god it's so rare that anything like this happens. and i think what we have to make sure is that there is no knee jerk reactions to this. the three areas that i anticipate are going to be studied here or looked at is number one, obviously, gun control and the pros and cons and you are going to hear both sides of the argument. number two, if this -- i don't know what you want to call them had autism or as bergeres, people are looking to look at how we treat people who we know have some sort of a mental disease or detect dee fecket or disability and especially if there are warning signs. somebody says i want to kill people. what do we do and then the third one obviously is going to be school security. i mean, brian, do we want to make a little school a little elementary school or little quiet sleepy town into an airport where people anyone
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